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#ALeague 🇦🇺 11h05 Macarthur FC - Brisbane Roar : Derbyshire @2,5 -1% Derbyshire x2 @10 - 0,25% 📚 PMU #TeamParieur
The 2009 season was the Brisbane Roar's second season of football in Australia's women's league, the W-League.
The 2011–12 season will be Brisbane Roar W-League Team's 4th season in the W-League. They will be looking to successfully defend their silverware, having won the Grand Final the season before.
Brisbane Roar Football Club is an Australian professional soccer club based in Brisbane, Queensland and has won the domestic title on three separate occasions, as well as holding the longest unbeaten record of 36 league matches without defeat.Brisbane competes in the country's premier competition, the A-League, and has ex Liverpool and England international player Robbie Fowler as manager.The club has a shared history with Queensland Lions F.C. who competed in the inaugural A-League season as Queensland Roar. This shared history with Lions, dating back to Hollandia F.C. and 1957, comfortably makes them the oldest club in the A-League.
Brisbane Roar Women Football Club, formerly known Queensland Roar Women, is an Australian professional women's football club based in Brisbane, Queensland . The Roar competes in the country's premier women's soccer competition, the W-League, under licence from Football Federation Australia.
The 2008–09 season was the Queensland Roar's first season of football in Australia's women's league, the W-League, whose home ground was Ballymore Stadium.
The 2010–11 season was Brisbane Roar's 6th season in the A-League. On Friday 4 February 2011, Brisbane Roar were confirmed as Premiers with two games remaining in the regular season.
The 2011–12 season is Brisbane Roar's seventh season in the A-League. Brisbane successfully defended their Championship by defeating Perth Glory 2–1 in front of 50,344, but relinquished the Premiership to Central Coast Mariners, who ended the regular season 2 points ahead of the Roar, with the result going to down to the last day of the regular season.
Brisbane Roar Football Club Youth is the youth system of Brisbane Roar Football Club based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The team plays in the National Premier Leagues, the second level of the soccer pyramid in Australia.
Central Coast Mariners Football Club is an Australian professional soccer club based in Gosford, on the Central Coast of New South Wales. It competes in the A-League, under licence from Football Federation Australia .
The 2005–06 season was the first for both the Central Coast Mariners and the A-League Compared with its Sydney rival, the Central Coast Mariners had a far more low-key buildup to the inaugural A-League season. The majority of its squad were experienced players from the defunct National Soccer League.
The Central Coast Mariners' season 2006-07 was the second competitive season of football club Central Coast Mariners FC. The club hoped to build on their strong performance in 2005-06, which included a Pre-Season Cup title, a finals appearance in the World Club Qualification playoff and their participation in the inaugural A-League grand final. The club came close to defending their title in the Pre-season Cup, topping their group before losing on penalties in the final to Adelaide United.
The 2008–09 season was Central Coast Mariners Football Club's 4th season since the inception of the A-League. Central Coast's A-League season commenced on 15 August 2008.
The Central Coast Mariners FC, also known as the Central Coast Mariners Women, represented the Central Coast Mariners in the Australian Women's National Football League, the W-League for two seasons between 2008 and 2009. In July 2010 it was announced the team would not be entered in the 2010 W-League, due to lack of funding.